GTA 5 is keep suspending and my Parallels 17 crashes.

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by PeterK58, Jan 28, 2022.

  1. PeterK58

    PeterK58 Bit Poster

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    Please refer to technical report 389456106 (I also submitted a lot of technical report today, but I do not know how to check them).

    I cannot play GTA 5 because Parallels 17 becomes suspended. I do not know why this problem occurs, but I restarted my game more than 10 times today because of this problem. The suspending occurs randomly.

    What is the problem and how can I resolve this issue?
     
  2. PeterK58

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    Another technical report below:
    Technical report 389456791 has been sent to Parallels.
     
  3. PeterK58

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    Technical report 389458187 has been sent to Parallels. (Detailed Log)
     
  4. VladimirP8

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    I have the same problem. When I run GTA 5 through Parallels on Macbook m1 Air (16gb ram), the game is playable about 15minutes and after that windows is suspended. When I try to restart the game it works about 2 minutes and after that suspends again.
     
  5. PeterK58

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    My 2018 MacBook Pro has i7, 16GB RAM, Iris Pro Graphics 655, and 1TB SSD. Yours is M1, but the same issue is happening. This must be a Parallels 17's software issue.
     
  6. Bhargava@Parallels

    Bhargava@Parallels Staff Member

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    Hello, please refer to this KB and increase the virtual machine's memory (RAM). Thanks.
     
  7. VladimirP8

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    I have 16gb RAM on my mac and 8gb of RAM is allocated for Parallels. I tried to increase the RAM but I'm not allowed to.
     
  8. PeterK58

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    I have 16GB RAM on my MacBook Pro and 8GB is allocated for Parallels. I cannot increase the virtual machine's memory (RAM) because it is already set at maximum.
    I do not think that this is an issue from the RAM. Rather, it would be a problem from graphic processing in Parallels. Did you check my technical report?
     

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